Google is at it again with its launch of the latest and greatest advancement in the world of wearable technology.

At its annual I/O Developers Conference in San Francisco last week, Google announced the release of its LG G Smartwatch, a partnered project with Android. Google developed the software while Android created the hardware, a tag-teamed effort that is delighting technology savvy individuals everywhere.

This device is one of the first wearable Smartwatches, which includes many features such as a built-in GPS, heart rate monitor, and social media integration. Weighing only two ounces, the smartwatch has the capability to communicate with other Android devices through a touch screen face or voice recognition.

In addition, Google Now cards are included in the logistics of the smartwatch operations, allowing the user to swipe, press, and hold. Currently, there are only square and round faces but as always, it is anticipated that there will be more styles added later on.

You can purchase your very own smartwatch now through the Google Play store. To read more about the Google smartwatch, click here.

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